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July 24th, 2014, 12:27 PM
I think it's personal preference. If it would always bother you (sounds like it really would), then go back to the drawing board. The sad thing about pets is their lifespan, but I had a cat that...
Bohemia-I like place names and never thought of this one, but it's growing on me.
July 22nd, 2014, 01:36 PM
just met someone named Rexander. nms but I kind of like it.
July 21st, 2014, 01:08 PM
I shouldn't need an adblocker. Other websites are able to function, maintain traffic and get ad revenue without being this obnoxious and invasive. The banner at the top and ads on the side are fine,...
July 17th, 2014, 12:30 PM
I'm shy of these names. Most don't sound "right" to me when said out loud. I do like Elizavette and most names that are combined with Elizabeth or Yvette tend to sound more like, "Why haven't we all...
July 10th, 2014, 11:28 AM
Arlo (boy or girl)
Barrett (boy or girl)
Wyn or Wyndam
There are two forms of albinism. The most commonly known is of skin pigment (which has varying degrees so you can be an albino or albinoid depending on how much melanin you produce--which would...
May 24th, 2014, 02:18 PM
My book is available for free May 23-27. I have always loved names and I use this site when writing (well, let's be honest, I read it every weekday not just for character naming :D ).
August 16th, 2013, 01:45 PM
Thanks, goodreads has a section devoted to ebooks, so I'm going to research getting my book on there.
Thanks so much. You're my target audience in the YA market (of course everyone reads YA now).
I posted about my book Jane Austen's Fat Camp a few days ago. I'm looking for blogs and review sites. Any suggestions?
Amazon.com: Jane Austen's Fat Camp or (for the more pretentious reader)...
I just published my book, Jane Austen's Fat Camp or (for the more pretentious reader) Vicissitudes. I used my love of naming throughout.
Nadine Perfect will have to navigate her first...
I live in Brooklyn!
For a while I was really against any place name unless the parents had a special connection to it, but lately I'm changing my tune because I have heard so many good place...
I really like place names. I was at the doctors a couple days ago and heard two that I've never seen off the page. Salem and Berkley. I would normally not like Salem (makes me think of a cat's name),...
I don't think I have seen anyone in real life use Broseph, but I see it all the time on TV.
Don't get worried--I am not thinking of naming ANYTHING Broseph, but I can't believe no one else has. I mean there's a Like, Facebook and Hashtag out there. It seems like Broseph is a no brainer...
November 21st, 2012, 11:09 AM
The crime blotter and obituaries
I really like Hendrix. My first thought was of the college as well (my big bro went there and now my nephew). I think the only way to remove a name from an association is to use it. I think Casper...
September 24th, 2012, 12:00 PM
I get the feeling that it won't be long before I'm walking around Brooklyn and meet a baby Fedora.
August 24th, 2012, 11:13 AM
I like it. It is unusual, but no one introduces themselves by there full name. I say use it. It sounds sweet and has meaning to you.
As a former Arkansan and current Brooklynite--I absolutely hate when people who have no association with a place give their children a place name. I always assume the worst (that they have never been...
June 3rd, 2012, 10:51 AM
I think it's great. Flower names are a trend right now. I never even thought of the ice cream.
Angelique, Victoria, Elena, Alana, Lana...all bad associations based on the accent people used when saying their own name! I hate any name that makes you feel you need to put on an aristocratic...
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